Writing History: The New York Times reports on a brewing legal battle over possibly classified information that a former FBI agent wants to include in his memoir.
Preclearance Suit: The state of Arizona is suing the federal government over the constitutionality of the section of the 1965 Voting Rights Act that requires the state to get federal preclearance for changes to voting laws, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Perry's Problem: The Los Angeles Times reports that Texas Gov. Rick Perry could be restricted in fundraising as he seeks the Republican nomination for president because of new SEC rules governing financial-services employees.
Grape Patents: A federal appeals court has cleared the way for three grape growers to pursue patent-law claims against the U.S. Department of Agriculture, The National Law Journal reports.
Presidential Embezzling?: The BBC reports that Taiwan's ex-president, who is already in jail for corruption, has been given an additional sentence for money-laundering and forgery.